4939 Shares

What university is better. trent university (ontario, CA) or brock university?

What university is better. trent university (ontario, CA) or brock university? Topic: The university of york admissions
June 24, 2019 / By Sinclair
Question: i don't know which one to attend. i am majoring in biology and was wondering which would be better for my major? which university is "warmer" in the winter? whats the social life on both campuses, on and off? any information would REALLY help!! i have never been to canada and dont know anything about any of the cities or universities.... thank you!!
Best Answer

Best Answers: What university is better. trent university (ontario, CA) or brock university?

Onam Onam | 6 days ago
In terms of level of reputation neither of them are good.. In terms of weather I'd say Brock is better. I know a friend who goes to Brock, she told me she likes the campus there. Trent is very green lol, since it's in Peterbrough and there really isn't much to do in that city. Brock on the other hand is in St. Catherines which is close to Niagara Falls, so i believe there will be more to do there. Weather like both will have cold winters. Windsor would be the "least cold" of Ontario Universities since its south near the Detroit border. Brock or Trent are not really science schools. Its very easy to gain admission into those universities. I would recommend a school like Waterloo, McMaster, York, U of T... which are bigger, better, but also have much better standards. IF your insisting between Trent and Brock my decision would be Brock. It location is much better than Trent. i have visited the campus and its nice. Its not big, but still nice.
👍 260 | 👎 6
Did you like the answer? What university is better. trent university (ontario, CA) or brock university? Share with your friends

We found more questions related to the topic: The university of york admissions


Onam Originally Answered: Which school should i go to. Rowan University, Montclair State University,University of Rhode island?
If your grades and SAT scores are "average," you're not going to make it in Biomedical Engineering. You might try for Engineering Technology, in which case you should be looking at DeVry U (for Biomedical Engineering Technology) or Farleigh Dickinson U New Jersey Institute of Technology New England Institute of Technology
Onam Originally Answered: Which school should i go to. Rowan University, Montclair State University,University of Rhode island?
Are you in-state NJ? And are finances a concern? If so, then know that it's probably cheaper for you to go to MSU or Rowan instead of U Rhode Island. Does MSU offer an engineering major? I don't see that they do. So you'd pretty much be losing time there - you'd be getting behind in your engineering courses. IMO, despite the fact that I really like MSU, it is not a fit for you. Rowan U is actually a well respected engineering school. They don't offer biomedical, though; but you could major in the part of biomedical that interests you the most - either electrical or mechanical - and minor in biology, and do an internship in biomedical engineering, and then do quite all right when you graduated. Most people who want biomedical and can't get it major in electrical/computer engineering, so keep that in mind. I like Rowan for you not due to social life and etc - I have no idea about that. But I like it because it's a good engineering school, and thus if you couldn't transfer, or liked the place and chose not to, you'd be able to stay and major in engineering, and graduate from a good engineering school. IMO, they are worth a very serious look. They outrank URI in engineering. URI has an engineering school, and they offer biomedical as part of their electrical/computer/biomedical engineering major. They have a good social life (I simply don't know if Rowan does or does not - you'll have to continue to check). They are *right* on the beach. They aren't as well ranked in engineering as Rowan, and if you're out of state, they may be your most expensive option. From your schools, I'd have you apply to URI and Rowan.
Onam Originally Answered: Which school should i go to. Rowan University, Montclair State University,University of Rhode island?
surely, Rhode Island IS the two a state AND an Island, the international e book encyclopedia says "Narragansett Bay incredibly much cuts Rhode Island in 2. The bay extends 28 miles (40 5 kilometers) inland from southern Rhode Island. The state has 36 islands, maximum of that are interior the bay. Aquidneck, the biggest island, replaced into formally named Rhode Island in 1644. cities on the mainland have been noted as windfall Plantations. as a consequence, Rhode Island's genuine call is 'State of Rhode Island and windfall Plantations/. subsequently, the smallest state has the longest genuine call."

Layne Layne
You can try to go to http://degree.bandblog.info/trent_university_.html http://degree.bandblog.info/brock_university.html here are some search results Good luck
👍 110 | 👎 3

Layne Originally Answered: Where to go to college: Northeastern University, Tufts University, or Boston University (BU)?
If you are pre-med, you seriously have to consider the fact that you will go into massive debt at medical school. You want to end up with as little debt as possible as an undergraduate. I went to BU and I had a great time. It's actually not much of a party school because they have a really strict alcohol policy so most parties are off-campus. You can basically avoid going to parties like I did. The campus is really nice and it's soooo convenient that there are like four train stops on-campus. It's also hard to get lost because everything basically runs down Commonwealth Ave. They also let you take classes in other schools. For instance, I took some piano classes at the Fine Arts school. They have sooo many practice rooms. It's a really, really nice campus and it's close to Copley Square so you can go to Prudential Center or visit the shops at Newbury St easily. I used to walk there all the time. Also, another tip. Most Freshman dorm in Towers or Warren so those are the nosiest dorms. I lived at 575 Commonwealth, commonly known as Hojo by the students because it used to be a Howard Johnson. It's the quietest dorm, really. A lot of the people there are second or third years. Everyone in that dorm minds their own business. The dorm also has a study lounge above the 7th floor (the rooms are also the biggest on the 7th floor). You can only get to the lounge by going to the 7th floor and walking toward the staircase. If you go by elevator you should see it. It has a great view of the city up there. BU has also risen 10 ranking slots so it's really going places. I think it's like ranked 40 now or something. Anyway, I majored in Classics and right now I'm finishing up a Masters before going into a PhD in Spanish Lit. But feel free to ask me more about BU or Boston. My profile lets you email me. I can't tell you anything about Tufs. And I've been to Northeastern a few times, but it was mostly just because it's so close to the Museum of Fine Arts. Also, I wandered into their library and a grouchy security guard yelled at me. But all three are great schools. Just, like I said, avoid debt as hard as you can because you want to start your career with as little debt as possible. Oh, bu, out of curiosity, what school did you apply to at BU? I was in the College of Arts and Sciences. You need to decide if you want to do Econ or Business because often times business is within its own school at the university. BU has a very respected and well known business school called the School of Management (mostly called SMG by the students). Did you get accepted there?
Layne Originally Answered: Where to go to college: Northeastern University, Tufts University, or Boston University (BU)?
Well, if you aren't really into the party scene, then you don't have to join. Your college experience is what you make of it and my friend, who is a UCLA graduate said that any school can be a party school if that is all that matters to the student. (she majored in business economics and got pretty good grades) All three are great universities, but if you are even considering the business school curriculum, look at BU and Northeastern. Tufts only offers the economics major, but that isn't quite the same as the business school coursework at BU and Northeastern. At least BU and Northeastern have business schools and offer business majors at the undergraduate level for you to consider. The pre-med courses can be done at any of these schools because all would probably offer the college level sciences anyways. Choose between BU and Northeastern.

If you have your own answer to the question the university of york admissions, then you can write your own version, using the form below for an extended answer.